The Center regularly has various
opportunities for student interns throughout the year,
including the fall and spring semesters and winter and summer
breaks. Internships at the Center for Health and Social
Research give students a chance to gain real world experience
by working on leading edge research projects with dedicated
professionals from a range of disciplines. In addition to
gaining great experience to compliment classroom learning, our
internship opportunities allow students to improve their
portfolio or resume. Interns have a first-hand opportunity to
learn research and project operations and gain valuable
experience with the most recent technologies.
By interacting with faculty, staff, and other students they
learn to see the larger community from a new perspective, and
they develop new and greater confidence by working on real
issues in a real world setting. Several students have also
worked as part-time research assistants for the center after
completing their internship.
The CHSR is currently seeking student interns for an externally-funded telephone youth health subject recruitment survey. Post-freshmen status preferred; students enrolled in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Education, Marketing, Communications, or Graduate courses are encouraged to apply. Primarily afternoon, evening, and weekend hours are required. The internship is available to begin at the start of each semester for the 2013-2014 academic year.
Please view the job description from the link provided below. All interested applicants should submit their resume and a brief message describing their interest in this internship to Joelle Del Monte via email (email@example.com) or drop-off to our office (Classroom Building A203) at your earliest convenience. If you have any questions, you may call our office at (716) 878-6137.
The Job Description May be Accessed by Clicking Here
"I would recommend an internship because it is a great way
to transition successfully into the next phase of life. It
provided valuable lessons and furthered me to graduation. Doing
an internship was the best aspect of my last fall semester in
- Joelle Del Monte
"I always knew that internships would be a critical aspect
of my education, but the rewards are greater than I thought
they would be. Even before my internship was over I was offered
a job to stay on at the Center."
- Lauren Galgovich